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Arron Banks has told Nigel Farage he has just 48 hours to save Brexit, joining calls for the Brexit Party leader to stand down candidates in Labor marginal seats ahead of next month’s election.
Mr Banks is a former colleague of Mr Farage’s at Leave.EU, a rival Brexit campaign to Vote Leave at the 2016 referendum.
“There are 48 hours to save Brexit and save the country from a Corbyn government, “Mr Banks …
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